athletes foot

What does athletes foot look like?

What does athletes foot look like? –  Athlete’s foot (tinea pedis) symptoms vary from person to person. Although some people have severe discomfort, others have few or no symptoms.

If it is clear from the athlete’s foot photos that you too have athlete’s foot, then treat the condition as early as possible and try not to scratch when the itching starts.  It is very important with athlete’s foot to continue any treatment to the end of the course – that is at least two weeks after the skin starts to look normal – to eradicate all the remaining fungal spores.   It is also important to keep those feet dry because damp breeds bacteria and bacteria causes rot.  Bacteria and fungus love to grow in warm, damp, dark places like sweaty shoes.

athletes foot
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athletes foot
Picture of athletes foot
athletes foot
Picture of athletes foot

athletes foot
Picture of athletes foot
athletes foot
Picture of athletes foot

athletes foot

athletes foot

athletes foot
Picture of athletes foot